Furnace Replacement Parts – Why You Need It
It is important to know that there are many different furnace replacement parts for your home. There are many benefits in having a professional come out and take a look at your home to see if there are any potential problems with the heating system. With the proper knowledge, you can prevent these problems from occurring by installing the proper parts. These parts include heat exchangers, filters, blowers, and the most important of all; the blower motors.
Heat exchangers are needed to remove the heat from the house and transfer it to another location so that it can be changed for another room. This will make the whole house comfortable and easier to keep warm in. The filters are used to keep the air in the air ducts clean so that they will not get clogged up with dust and other items that get in the way of the air being delivered to each room. The blowers are needed to blow all of the air through the ducts to ensure that each room has fresh air. And finally, the blower motors need to be replaced because they are the ones that are responsible for moving the air and keeping it moving through the entire system.
The blower motor for your furnace will need to be checked on a regular basis so that they do not become damaged or break down on you. Most of the blower motors are not very expensive and once they become damaged, it is not a difficult task to replace them. You can also check the blower motors to make sure that they are not dirty and that they are running properly. You may want to put a filter on the blower so that the duct work will be free of dust and debris that can slow down the flow of air which in turn affects the cooling system.
In order to compute the efficiency of your residential or commercial air conditioning system, the condenser efficiency is one of the most important calculations to be performed. This equation represents how many watts of energy are being consumed in cooling a room or space. You can calculate the energy usage of your system by first determining the size of the area of the rooms that you want to cool. Next, divide the area of the rooms into its length and width. The area factor is then multiplied by the ratio of the width and length, as well as the ratio of the rooms to the overall area of the building.
The efficiency calculation formula for condenser efficiency is: Wattage/area = watts/area X square root of total square footage. In order to convert this equation to your efficiency calculation formula, multiply it by 1.15. This will give you the result in BTU’s. These are also commonly referred to as BTU’s per square foot or BTU’s per square meter. Finally, add the results of all of the previous efficiency calculations together and the formula will give you your rating. If your air conditioner is rated at 4 BTU’s per square foot, it will have a rated efficiency of sixty to eighty percent. An air conditioner rated at four hundred BTU’s per square meter will have an efficiency rating of seventy percent.
The value of your condenser efficiency greatly depends on the size of the condenser that you have and the installation method. Since the smaller sized condenser has a smaller and lower energy efficiency rating, if you install the condenser in an area where it is not often used, it will consume more power than a larger sized condenser. With the smaller sized condenser, you will need to use a larger fan to cool your area. Because of this, a larger fan will be needed to circulate air.